A South Wales law firm has stepped in to provide backing for Cardiff Blues women’s rugby team.
Our client, Cardiff-based CJCH Solicitors, has provided new wet weather training kit for the 35-woman squad as part of a sponsorship package.
“This is a tremendous help to us as a club,” said head coach Stuart Clarke. “The women’s game is growing fast in terms of skill levels and popularity, but we don’t have the kind of money that exists in the men’s game. That’s why support like this is so vital.
“It’s often cold and wet when we train, so the right kit is important, not just to look the part, but to keep the muscles warm and prevent injury. This support from CJCH Solicitors will make a real difference.”
Cardiff Blues women’s team competes in the Welsh Rugby Union’s women’s regional competition, and plays home games at Cardiff Arms Park. The team’s next match will be against the Dragons on 20th December, at a venue to be confirmed.
The CJCH player of the match award in the recent game against the Scarlets went to full back Emily Kitchen.
Jacqui Seal, a senior partner at CJCH Solicitors said: “We recognise the value of sport to communities and individuals, so were very pleased to support Cardiff Blues women with new wet weather training kit.
“Sixty per cent of our staff are women, so supporting the women’s team was a natural choice for us. We’re hoping it brings them more success on the field this season.”
As well as its Cardiff headquarters, CJCH also has offices in Bridgend and Barry, and has specialist expertise in commercial, intellectual property, mental health, employment law, property, family, child care, crime and motoring. Further information is available at www.cjch.co.uk